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Lebo Lukewarm is a self taught photographer with 9 years experience behind the lens. His work spans from event photos in the beginning stages of his career, to international magazine spreads and billboards on major roads in South Africa. With a passion for travel, his work is rarely produced in the same place or area - there is still so much that still needs to be captured, with so little time.
Lebogang Tshetlo is a KwaThema born photographer, poet and artist with over 5 years experiences in the digital marketing industry. He has created and managed content under The Content Bar for clients like Vodacom, Absa Rugby, MTVbase and Telkom Idols. Lebo aka Lebzskywalker has been creating great quality photos that made him the name that graced local and international publications, Destiny-man magazine being the latest to feature his work. He is on a mission to tell an uncensored South African story through Photography and Poetry.
AFDA Johannesburg alumni and renowned cinematographer Zeno Petersen has recently been nominated for a Golden Horn award for Best Achievement in Cinematography in Feature Film at the 2016 SAFTA’s for his work on the film “For Love of Broken Bones”.
Zeno has been the Director of Photography on shows like the award winning “Jacob’s Cross” and a number of award winning music videos. His love for film began at AFDA where he finished with a BA honours degree in film and cinematography. He immediately started working in the industry as cinematographer on local music videos and commercials , working with some of the best directors in the country. His skills developed more as he shot on all formats including 16mm,35mm and digital cameras.
Zeno started to discover his desire to tell a story through visuals and started expressing himself through his lens. “Bunny Chow” was his first feature film that made some waves. He also ventured behind the camera as a music video director and has directed more than 20 videos of local South-African artists.
Apart from Cinematography Zeno also has a great passion for photography and is making a name in this field with his work being published in local Magazines like Onesmallseed. His photography is his voice to speak to the masses. He finds capturing life “as we experience“- raw and unapologetic.
Annie Raman is the founder of STARVED Magazine, an online platform that aims to give exposure to musicians and artists and highlight youth culture. Annie is also the Creative Director at Fort with 13 years advertising experience and Cum Laude in art direction. She has a certification in Fine Arts and is an avid Human Rights activist.
Tshegofatso Harmonix Mmahlatji
Tshegofatso Mmahlatji also known as Harmonix is a self-taught photographer. With only two years photography experience under his belt, he has worked with brands such as Puma, Adidas and Volvo. In early 2017, Harmonix won the iStore Portrait competition and this has helped him elevate his profile in the photography world.
Ross van Schalkwyk
Ross has over 6 years experience in a variety of photographic genres He started his Photographic journey at the College of Digital Photography and the school of Youtube along with plenty experimentation. His work has been published in magazines like classic car and Auto trader. His Photographic knowledge ranges from Automobile, portraits to Landscapes.
Ross aims to explore more places in South Africa and capture even more of her beauty.
Terms and conditions
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1) Entry is open to anyone living in South Africa.
2) You do not have to be a professional photographer or illustrator to submit an entry. All images or illustrations need to be taken and edited on an Apple device.
3) Entries that have been taken on an a non-Apple device or smartphone or edited on a non-Apple computer will not be eligible to win or be finalists in any competitions.
4) A maximum of 10 images/ illustrations may be submitted per overall competition period (usually 1 year).
5) Entrants need to use the entry form page to submit their details and photographs/illustrations for the judges’ perusal.
6) By entering the entrant gives the organiser full usage rights of the photographs and illustrations entered. This includes but is not limited to using entered images on social media platforms, websites, emailers, flyers, billboards, store merchandising or any other form of marketing material.
7) All photographs and illustrations must be the original work of the entrant. Any entrant has the sole responsibility for ensuring that their photograph and illustrations does not infringe any copyrights
8) The original source material (original image taken or illustration created on an Apple device) together with original metadata must be kept by entrants at all time. Should an entrant not be able to provide the original source material to check metadata and which device it was created on they will immediately be ineligible for winning or being finalists in any competition.
9) Max upload size: 1920px x 1080px or 5MB
10) Images need to have an artistic or creative element in order to be approved.
11) Judges reserve the right to remove entries that are not shortlisted for competition selection.
12) The vetting process remains at the discretion of the judges - the photographs/illustrations could still be declined if: not deemed appropriate whether it adheres to the entry stipulations or not, incorrect format, no artistic or creative element displayed in entry.